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Defending You Against Serious Mail Fraud Charges

Mail fraud involves using postal and parcel services to defraud others out of money, services or goods. It is a serious crime that often results in felony charges and harsh punishments. If you face mail fraud charges in the Twin Cities, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney to fight for you.

At Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense, our attorneys understand that everyone has a story and makes mistakes. When you meet with us, we will take the time to get to know you and hear your side of the story. We will work with you to build a strong defense that helps you avoid harsh consequences and gives you back control over your life. With decades of experience assisting clients in the Twin Cities, we have established a reputation for high-caliber representation in and out of the courtroom.

Avoiding The Harsh Punishments Of A Federal Crime

Mail fraud occurs when someone uses the United States Postal Service or another mail carrier to defraud others for economic benefit. Fraud can result in the procurement of money, services or goods.

Mail fraud can happen through a variety of ways, including:

  • Credit card fraud
  • Soliciting information
  • Sending fraudulent documents
  • Ponzi or pyramid schemes

In severe cases, mail fraud convictions can lead to up to ten years in prison and fines of up to $100,000. In a mail fraud case, the prosecution must prove that you had an intent to defraud others for some type of benefit. At Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense, our attorneys have years of experience defending clients against mail, wire and other fraud charges in federal courts. We will work tirelessly to build a strong case in your defense to fight for a favorable outcome that helps you avoid harsh punishments.

Let’s Work Together On Your Defense

Federal crimes are serious, and fraud crimes can have serious consequences and punishments that could impact the rest of your life. You need an experienced mail fraud defense lawyer to stand by your side and pursue every defense possible on your behalf. To schedule a consultation with our attorneys at Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense, call us at 612-474-5420 or complete our online contact form. Our Minneapolis lawyers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.